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  1. Quiz Chapter 3 and DSM-5

  2. 1. Without _____, most psychological tests are meaningless. (p. 69) • a. the MMPI-2 • b. interview data • c. structure • d. DSM-5 • e. construct validity

  3. 1. Without _____, most psychological tests are meaningless. (p. 69) • a. the MMPI-2 • b. interview data • c. structure • d. DSM-5 • e. construct validity

  4. 2. Two of the most defining features of psychology in the 1990’s were managed care and the controversy of the validity of • psychological tests • the DSM-5 • projective tests • drug treatment for depression • repressed memories

  5. 2. Two of the most defining features of psychology in the 1990’s were managed care and the controversy of the validity of • psychological tests • the DSM-5 • projective tests • drug treatment for depression • repressed memories

  6. 3. _____ result (s) from the tendency of an interviewer to develop a general impression of a person and then infer other seemingly related characteristics. • Cognitive dissonance • Racial Bias • Psychological Reactance • Ambulatory sensors • Halo Effects

  7. 3. _____ result (s) from the tendency of an interviewer to develop a general impression of a person and then infer other seemingly related characteristics. • Cognitive dissonance • Racial Bias • Psychological Reactance • Ambulatory sensors • Halo Effects

  8. 4. The goal of a diagnostic interview is to • make the client feel uncomfortable • discuss unpleasant facts and feelings in order to develop rapport • develop a specific diagnosis • ask questions which lead to defensiveness • be direct if time is limited

  9. 4. The goal of a diagnostic interview is to • make the client feel uncomfortable • discuss unpleasant facts and feelings in order to develop rapport • develop a specific diagnosis • ask questions which lead to defensiveness • be direct if time is limited

  10. 5. According to the check list for an assessment interview and case history, ____ belongs in family background. • adjustment to school • recurring dreams • socio-economic level • earliest memory • Events that create happiness

  11. 5. According to the check list for an assessment interview and case history, ____ belongs in family background. • adjustment to school • recurring dreams • socio-economic level • earliest memory • Events that create happiness

  12. 6. Increased structure may undermine one of the greatest strengths of interviews: • reliability • validity • Flexibility • Structure • conviviality

  13. 6. Increased structure may undermine one of the greatest strengths of interviews: • reliability • validity • Flexibility • Structure • conviviality

  14. 7. The official coding system in use in the United States as of publication of the DSM-5 is the: • Health Codes for Dummies Nomenclature • Prevention Plus III system • National Nomenclature Nosology • Height Report • International Classification of Diseases

  15. 7. The official coding system in use in the United States as of publication of the DSM-5-TR is the: • Health Codes for Dummies Nomenclature • Prevention Plus III system • National Nomenclature Nosology • Height Report • International Classification of Diseases

  16. 8. Clustering disorders according to internalizing and externalizing factors has empirical support. An example of internalizing is: • Anxiety symptoms • Impulsive behavior • Disruptive conduct • Substance Use

  17. 8. Clustering disorders according to internalizing and externalizing factors has empirical support. An example of internalizing is: • Anxiety symptoms • Impulsive behavior • Disruptive conduct • Substance Use

  18. 9. _____ define mutually exclusive and jointly exhaustive phenomenological subgroups. • specifiers • species • subtypes • syndromes • NOS

  19. 9. _____ define mutually exclusive and jointly exhaustive phenomenological subgroups. • specifiers • species • subtypes • syndromes • NOS

  20. 10. In terms of nomenclature, sex differences are: • Related to one’s perceived gender • Those having to do with self-representation • Attributable to reproductive organs • Based on XX or XY chromsomal complement • C & D

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  22. 10. In terms of nomenclature, sex differences are: • Related to one’s perceived gender • Those having to do with self-representation • Attributable to reproductive organs • Based on XX or XY chromsomal complement • C & D